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Crowned Slaty Flycatcher

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-[[Image:Crowned_Slaty_Flycatcher.jpg|thumb|450px|right|Photo by Carlos Henrique<br />Photo taken: Pen√°polis - SP - [[Brazil]].]]+[[Image:Crowned_Slaty_Flycatcher.jpg|thumb|450px|right|Photo by {{user|Carlos+Henrique|Carlos Henrique}}<br />Pen√°polis - SP - [[Brazil]], December 2007]]
-[[Image:d09_0577.jpg|thumb|450px|right|Photo by {{user|Gary+Clark|Gary Clark}} <br/>Location: Chancani Reserve, [[Argentina]] ]]+
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;[[: Category:Empidonomus|Empidonomus]] aurantioatrocristatus ;[[: Category:Empidonomus|Empidonomus]] aurantioatrocristatus
''Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus'' ''Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus''
==Identification== ==Identification==
Length 17cm. A mid-sized flycatcher of typical morph but with drab dark plumage and no wing bars. Upperparts dark grey, underparts slilghtly lighter. A black cap with a hidden bright yellow patch are the most diagnostic markings for this species. Length 17cm. A mid-sized flycatcher of typical morph but with drab dark plumage and no wing bars. Upperparts dark grey, underparts slilghtly lighter. A black cap with a hidden bright yellow patch are the most diagnostic markings for this species.
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==Distribution== ==Distribution==
 +[[Image:d09_0577.jpg|thumb|350px|right|Photo by {{user|Gary+Clark|Gary Clark}} <br />Chancani Reserve, [[Argentina]] ]]
[[Brazil]] and [[Bolivia]] to [[Argentina]], on east slope of Andes only. During the austral winter, it migrates into the mostly western and central Amazon Basin as a non-breeding resident. It is resident southward to central latitudes of [[Argentina]]. <br /> [[Brazil]] and [[Bolivia]] to [[Argentina]], on east slope of Andes only. During the austral winter, it migrates into the mostly western and central Amazon Basin as a non-breeding resident. It is resident southward to central latitudes of [[Argentina]]. <br />
It has occurred as a vagrant in both [[Panama]] and [[Louisiana]]<sup>[[#References|[2]]]</sup>. It has occurred as a vagrant in both [[Panama]] and [[Louisiana]]<sup>[[#References|[2]]]</sup>.
==Taxonomy== ==Taxonomy==
-Two subspecies are recognized<sup>[[#References|[1]]]</sup>: ''aurantioatrocristatus'' and ''pallidiventris''. 
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[[Crowned Slaty Flycatcher]] is placed in its own genus (''[[: Category:Griseotyrannus|Griseotyrannus]]'') by some authorities<sup>[[#References|[2]]]</sup> (discussion in [http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=139217 this thread]). [[Crowned Slaty Flycatcher]] is placed in its own genus (''[[: Category:Griseotyrannus|Griseotyrannus]]'') by some authorities<sup>[[#References|[2]]]</sup> (discussion in [http://www.birdforum.net/showthread.php?t=139217 this thread]).
- +====Subspecies====
 +There are two subspecies<sup>[[#References|[1]]]</sup>:
 +*''E. a. pallidiventris'':
 +:*Eastern [[Brazil]] (Rio Tapajos to northern Goi¬†southern and Piau¬°)
 +*''E. a. aurantioatrocristatus'':
 +:*[[Bolivia]] to northern [[Argentina]] and southern Brazil; winters north to western Amazonia
==Habitat== ==Habitat==
Tall, dry woods, forest edges, savannahs with trees. Tall, dry woods, forest edges, savannahs with trees.
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==Behaviour== ==Behaviour==
Typical behaviour for a flycatcher - returns to a favorite perch repeatedly after sorties to collect insects. Typical behaviour for a flycatcher - returns to a favorite perch repeatedly after sorties to collect insects.
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==References== ==References==
-#{{Ref-Clements6thDec10}}#{{Ref-GillDonsker10}}#[http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1525/auk.2010.127.3.726 51st supplement to the AOU checklist of North American birds]+#{{Ref-Clements6thAug11}}#{{Ref-GillDonsker10}}#[http://www.bioone.org/doi/pdf/10.1525/auk.2010.127.3.726 51st supplement to the AOU checklist of North American birds]
 +{{ref}}
==External Links== ==External Links==
{{GSearch|Flycatcher+aurantioatrocristatus}} {{GSearch|Flycatcher+aurantioatrocristatus}}
[[Category:Birds]][[Category:Empidonomus]] [[Category:Birds]][[Category:Empidonomus]]

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Photo by Carlos HenriquePen√°polis - SP - Brazil, December 2007
Photo by Carlos Henrique
Pen√°polis - SP - Brazil, December 2007
Empidonomus aurantioatrocristatus

Griseotyrannus aurantioatrocristatus

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Identification

Length 17cm. A mid-sized flycatcher of typical morph but with drab dark plumage and no wing bars. Upperparts dark grey, underparts slilghtly lighter. A black cap with a hidden bright yellow patch are the most diagnostic markings for this species.

Distribution

Photo by Gary Clark Chancani Reserve, Argentina
Photo by Gary Clark
Chancani Reserve, Argentina

Brazil and Bolivia to Argentina, on east slope of Andes only. During the austral winter, it migrates into the mostly western and central Amazon Basin as a non-breeding resident. It is resident southward to central latitudes of Argentina.
It has occurred as a vagrant in both Panama and Louisiana[2].

Taxonomy

Crowned Slaty Flycatcher is placed in its own genus (Griseotyrannus) by some authorities[2] (discussion in this thread).

Subspecies

There are two subspecies[1]:

  • E. a. pallidiventris:
  • Eastern Brazil (Rio Tapajos to northern Goi¬†southern and Piau¬°)
  • E. a. aurantioatrocristatus:
  • Bolivia to northern Argentina and southern Brazil; winters north to western Amazonia

Habitat

Tall, dry woods, forest edges, savannahs with trees.

Behaviour

Typical behaviour for a flycatcher - returns to a favorite perch repeatedly after sorties to collect insects.

References

  1. Clements, JF. 2011. The Clements Checklist of Birds of the World. 6th ed., with updates to August 2011. Ithaca: Cornell Univ. Press. ISBN 978-0801445019. Spreadsheet available at http://www.birds.cornell.edu/clementschecklist/downloadable-clements-checklist
  2. Gill, F and D Donsker (Eds). 2010. IOC World Bird Names (version 2.7). Available at http://www.worldbirdnames.org/.
  3. 51st supplement to the AOU checklist of North American birds

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